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Symposium Sept. 30 in Lund

Symposium 2019

The Modelica Association, Modelica companies in Lund, and Lund University are organizing a free jubilee symposium in Lund on September 30, 2019, to celebrate the 100th Modelica Design Meeting taking place in Lund on October 1–2, 2019. The first Modelica Design Meeting was organized in Lund in September 1996.

The central focus is on future directions of modeling and simulation. Invited outstanding researchers and industrial practitioners from different communities with a common interest in modeling and simulation will present their view on status, trends and forthcoming developments in this field. The symposium will in particular cover the following topics:

  • Modeling and Simulation Methodology
  • Numerical Methods
  • Combination of DAEs and PDEs
  • Symbolic and Graph Algorithms
  • Languages for physical systems modeling
  • Embedded Systems
  • Optimization
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Industrial Applications

The free symposium will be held in Hörsalen at Medicon Village Science Park in Lund, 10:30–18:30 (max. 180 seats). Students are welcome, in particular from Lund University. Participants are invited to a (buffet) dinner at Medicon Restaurant Inspira 19:30–22:30 to relax and further discuss the symposium topics. A Modelica History and Celebration Session will take place during the dinner.

On October 1 and 2 there are Modelica Association meetings in Lund (schedule), especially to coordinate the different standards of the Modelica Association (Modelica Language/Libraries, FMI, SSP, DCP), there are design meetings on Modelica Language, FMI, DCP and SSP, and there is a plug-fest for DCP-tools. Interested people outside of the Modelica Association are welcome to join these meetings. All participants of these MA meetings need to register due to limited space.

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Free Registration (for Symposium and dinner on Sept. 30, and MA meetings on Oct 1 and 2)

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